Jackson Clements Burrows’ Cape Schanck House

Cape Schanck House

The Cape Schanck House is a modern cantilevered home with edgeless pool by Jackson Clements Burrows is located on a high dune at Cape Schank Victoria. The primary design is elevated to take advantage of expansive views across the Mornington Peninsula from Bass Strait to Port Phillip Bay.

Cape Schanck House

The house engages with the landscape in both form and materials. The upper level extends Westward toward the views appearing to emerge from the Ti-tree over an artificial escarpment formed by the lower level.


above: basement

above: ground floor

Architects: Jackson Clements Burrows Pty Ltd Architects
Location: Cape Schanck, Victoria, Australia
Project Team: Tim Jackson, Jon Clements, Graham Burrows, Kim Stapleton, George Fortey, Brett Nixon
Design duration: 12 months
Construction duration: 18 months
Landscape: Site Office Landscape Architects
Mechanical: Griepink & Ward Pty Ltd
Structural: Adams Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd
Contractor: BD Projects
Constructed Area: 400 sqm
Photographs: John Gollings